Question about 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2003 chevy tahoe no rear heat
I know the earlier tahoe's have two heater lines running from the engine compartment to the rear under the vechile. Those lines could be clogged or pinched shut. What you do is get two hose locking pliers. Go under your truck, they are two metal lines that turn into rubber and back into metal again farther down the line. First, checked for pinched lines. If none, find where the rubber hoses are, clamp them off, remove from metal lines and drain. Use garden hose to flush fresh water through. When water comes through at high pressure and pretty clear, it should be done. Reconnect hoses, top off radiator fluid and it should be fine.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
Remove Rear Expansion Valve and Inspect. Does Valve have Metal in It? If Yes, Replace Expansion Valve. Flush Rear A/C High Side Line. Replace Expansion Valve. Remove Front Orfice Tube. Check Screen for Metal. If Yes, Replace Front Orfice Tube. Blow out Lines through Condenser. Replace Orfice Tube. Recharge A/C.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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